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31 October 2008 - OHPE Bulletin 590, Volume 2008, No. 590

This week's feature article examines how cognitive overload - the bombardment of information - affects our ability as health promoters to get our messages heard, make sure they are understood, and ultimately lead to action by either changing attitudes or behaviours

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